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June 2, 2021

Bloomberg: Amazon to Let Customers Sue After Thousands of Alexa Complaints

Keller Postman has filed roughly 75,000 individual arbitration claims against Amazon on behalf of Amazon Alexa users who were recorded by the device without permission. As a result, Amazon has stopped requiring its customers to pursue claims in arbitration—customers may now file class-action suits against the company in state or federal court.

June 1, 2021

Wall Street Journal: Amazon Faced 75,000 Arbitration Demands. Now It Says—Fine, Sue Us

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Amazon has abandoned its arbitration clause as a direct result of Keller Postman’s revolutionary arbitration practice. Amazon’s move is the latest corporate response when faced with claims by Keller Postman clients. In these matters, we filed roughly 75,000 individual arbitration demands on behalf of Amazon Alexa users who were recorded without permission, in violation of state law. 

May 14, 2021

Keller Postman Selected as 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers Finalist in ‘Employment Rights’ & ‘Trial Strategy Innovation’ Categories

Keller Postman LLC has been selected by American Law Media and The National Law Journal as a 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers finalist in the Employment Rights and Trial Strategy Innovation categories. The award program honors law firms that have demonstrated repeated success in cutting-edge work on behalf of plaintiffs, with a solid track record of client wins. Winners will be announced in July.

April 25, 2021

9th Circ. Won’t Let Amazon Arbitrate Kids’ Alexa Privacy Suit

Keller Postman secured an important victory on behalf of minors who were recorded by Amazon’s voice-activated Alexa devices without consent. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit unanimously ruled that Amazon must answer the minors’ claims in court because they never signed Amazon’s terms of service and thus cannot be compelled to arbitration.

April 9, 2021

The Wall Street Journal: 3M Combat Arms Earplugs Blamed for Hearing Loss in Largest Set of U.S. Suits

“This is affecting how I live…I want them to own up to it,” Army Staff Sgt. Benjamin Butler told the Wall Street Journal of his injuries as a result of using 3M Combat Arms Earplugs while deployed in Afghanistan. Keller Postman proudly represents Staff Sgt. Butler and more than 9,000 other military servicemembers who used 3M’s earplugs. More than 200,000 claimants in the 3M Combat Arms Earplug Product Liability Litigation MDL allege that they suffer from hearing injuries caused by 3M’s product.